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ESA to "revisit" fees

Organisation's CEO hopes lower dues will appeal to small and mid-sized publishers

The Entertainment Software Association, the US publishers' trade organisation, will revisit its membership dues.

Yesterday, reports emerged that a hike in fees, worth 1700 per cent of their original amount, came about over a two year period because of the loss of revenue associated with the down sizing of its E3 event.

"The positive restructuring of the E3 Expo allowed us to revisit the ESA's dues structure," CEO Mike Gallagher told Gamasutra.

"It is our hope that this new model will make the ESA an attractive and accessible option for small and mid-sized publishers so we can more fully represent our industry's diversity."

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